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University of Arizona Health Network Employer Reviews

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UAHN is a fast paced and challenging environment that succeeds due to the quality of the people on its technical teams.
Database Administrator (Current Employee), Tucson, AZDecember 7, 2013
Pros: generous vacation policy, excellent co workers
Cons: life work/balance, 24 x 7 availability is expected
UAHN is a good place to work if you don't require a lot of manager interaction or feedback. Definitely only the self motivated can achieve here. That being said, if you are a self starter you will be given an opportunity to take on as many challenges as you are willing to. This is a true 24 x 7 operation so clock watching is frowned upon. Also, downtimes – more... and maintenance always have to occur at non peak times so working on something at 3:00 am is not out of the ordinary.
There is no typical day at work. Different fires pop up every day as well as different projects starting all of the time. – less
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Excellent employer, team environment, professional staff, cohesive management team
Corporate Accounting Manager (Current Employee), Tucson, AZJuly 29, 2013
A typical day consists of resolving AP issues related to purchase orders, non-purchase order check requests, check runs, coding, approvals, gl account reconciliations, invoice details, audit inquiries, procurement cards. Also resolving issues related to Payroll pay and deduction codes, report creation, taxes, pension, system implementation and process – more... improvement.
Management allows me to work independently but is supportive when needed to resolve issues. Management respects employees and believes in work/life balance.
Co-workers are team players and positive.
The hardest part of the job has been to change the perception of our internal customers to recognize that they have a part in ensuring that vendors and employees are paid promptly and accurately (i.e. it's not always AP/Payroll's fault).
The most enjoyable part of the job has been working with the staff to create a well functioning AP and Payroll department, that provides excellent service to both internal and external customers. It's been very satisfying to see positive results from process improvement initiatives. – less
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Flexible environment
Claims System Coordinator (Current Employee), Tucson, AZJanuary 28, 2013
Pros: good management, flexibility
Cons: pay
I've been able to move up within my department and learn new tasks. Management is also very flexible with personal life schedules.
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Everyone is nice
Medical Office Specialist Level II (Current Employee), Tucson, AZAugust 15, 2012
Pros: friendly environment
Cons: nothing really
Its a very fast environment, but its fun, easy and quick.
There is always something to learn.
Managers are ok, they do apreciate each and everyone one of us.
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University Medical Center/University of Arizona Health Network
Corporate Payroll Administrator (Current Employee), Tucson, Az.June 9, 2012
Pros: benefits, by far, the healthcare leader in southern arizona
Cons: uncertainty and culture is not stable
While University Medical Center was an excellent employer, the newly merged University of Arizona Health Network has not found it's identity yet and uncertainty abounds amid cuts to healthcare and as the search for a CEO continues. Uncomfortable place to work at this time.